Past Projects

We have kept the following as a sample of our election content.  Look for our new election content prior to the next California statewide and national elections.

November 2, 2010 — General Election

June 8, 2010 — Primary Election

May 19, 2009 - Special Election

November 4, 2008 - General Election

June 3, 2008 - Primary Election Ballot Summaries

June 3, 2008 - Primary Election Interviews

February 5, 2008 - Primary Election Ballot Summaries

February 5, 2008 - Primary Election Interviews

November 7, 2006 - General Election Ballot Summaries

November 7, 2006 - General Election Interviews

June 6, 2006 - Primary Election Ballot Summaries


November 2, 2010 — General Election

Election Results:

Prop 19 - Fail  46.2%/53.8%

Prop 20 - Pass  61.2%/38.8%

Prop 21 - Fail  42.0%/58.0%

Prop 22 - Pass  60.9%/39.1%

Prop 23 - Fail  38.7%/61.3%

Prop 24 - Fail  41.6%/58.4%

Prop 25 - Pass 54.9%/45.1%

Prop 26 - Pass  52.7%/47.3%

Prop 27 - Fail   40.6%/59.4%

Please note that these percentages are as of 11/2/10.


November 2010 California Ballot Measures

Use the drop-down menu and click "Go" to view each Proposition's

 - "mini-debates"

 - Audio downloads

 - Easy-to-use written summaries

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Highlights from Citizen Voice's 2010 Nonpartisan Election Project

In just over one month, we had over 2 MILLION hits on our website, reached over 1 MILLION people on a two-week statewide media tour.

Click here for results on our nonpartisan ballot summaries page and subscribe to CV President's Gary Dietrich's blog for on-going election results and nonpartisan analysis.


Quick, Credible & Useful Info for Busy Voters

Looking for a way to cut through the confusing election clutter? In California's state capital of Sacramento, we've launched an ambitious and unprecedented project, with easy-to-use written summaries and on-demand videos — specifically to help you, the voter. Plus, in addition to hearing from both sides of each statewide ballot measure, you'll also find links to helpful voter information.

With this unique project, you have the opportunity to hear directly from statewide campaigns for California's November election online at your convenience. Unlike 30-second ads, pre-packaged sound bites or election speeches spun by political campaigns, these are highly valuable, short "mini-debates" with the questions you want answered in order to help you make an informed decision before casting your vote.



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